AceShowbiz - Post Malone's collaborative track with 21 Savage, "Rockstar", notches a fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week. With its latest triumph, the song sets record as the longest stay atop the chart for a rap song this year, defeating Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" which stayed atop the chart for three consecutive weeks. Last year, the record was held by Rae Sremmurd with "Black Beatles", which stayed atop the chart for seven weeks.
"Rockstar", which was released on September 15 via Republic Records, also claims the top spot on the Streaming Songs chart with 46 million U.S. streams and stays at No. 4 on Digital Song Sales with 46,000 downloads in the week ending November 2, according to Nielsen Music.
Meanwhile, Camila Cabello achieves her highest rank on the chart as her new song "Havana" soars to No. 2. The song climbs to No. 4 on Streaming Songs chart with 32.3 million U.S. streams and jumps to No. 17 on Radio Songs chart with 61 million in airplay audience. The song also peaks on U.S. iTunes chart and racks up 270,000,000 streams on Spotify. The music video for the track has also reached 100 million views on YouTube.
Rounding out the top five on Hot 100 this week are Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)", which dips to No. 3, and Logic's "1-800-273-8155" featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid, which falls one spot to No. 4. Meanwhile, Imagine Dragons's "Thunder" stays at No. 5 with 54,000 downloads.
Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still" slips to No. 6 after hitting No. 4 last week. The song may fall from its fourth position, but "Feel It Still" stays steady at No. 1 on Radio Songs chart with 127 million in airplay audience. Trailing behind is rapper Lil Pump, who soars to No. 7 with "Gucci Gang", marking his first entry on Hot 100's top 10.
Other artists that make it to this week's top 10 are Demi Lovato, who falls to No. 8 with "Sorry Not Sorry", J Balvin and Willy William, who also drop to No. 9 with "Mi Gente" featuring Beyonce Knowles, and Sam Smith with "Too Good at Goodbyes", which slips one spot to No. 10.